The City may soon consider a rezoning and subdivision plat and the public to invited to an open-house-style meeting being held to explain the proposal. The property is north of the new Liberty High School site and east of North Liberty Road. The proposal is for a single-family residential subdivision. A location map and a concept plan is here. A copy of this memo is being sent to property owners within 200 feet of the proposed development.
This Good Neighbor meeting is being held to explain the potential subdivision plat and rezoning being considered by the owner/developer, and to gather any comments you may have regarding the proposal. No Planning Commission or City Council action has been taken, but is anticipated within the next several months if the application moves forward. This meeting is intended to notify the public early in the process and to help the developer understand neighborhood concerns, and other formal public meetings will be held by the Planning Commission and City Council if the development applications proceed.
Please feel free to drop in to the Good Neighbor meeting any time within the period shown above. There will not be a formal meeting or presentation; instead, City staff and the developer will be available for informal open-house discussions with maps and information regarding the proposal.
If you wish to discuss this application and are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Dean Wheatley, planning director for the City of North Liberty, directly to schedule a private meeting. He can be reached at (319) 626-5747 or firstname.lastname@example.org.